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Drunken Behavior Linked to Medical Condition

To most people in Texas, if a driver takes a breath or blood test to measure the level of alcohol in their system, it may seem logical to assume that the results of those tests could conclusively prove how much alcohol a driver had consumed. That, however, is not true.
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Your Health and False Drunk Driving Accusations

Most people in Texas are aware that when a police officer suspects they may be intoxicated during a traffic stop, the officer may ask them to get out of their car and take a few roadside tests. These tests are called field sobriety tests and, as explained by FieldSobrietyTests.org, they are often quite inaccurate.
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What Should I Know About Divorce Mediation?

A Texas divorce does not have to go before a judge, nor does a divorce need to be acrimonious and drawn out. It is possible through mediation to conduct your divorce with less negative feelings, more control and at a lower cost to you and your spouse.
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How Does State Law Invalidate Prenuptial Agreements?

For various reasons, a judge may decide that a prenuptial agreement cannot be enforced and rule that some of the agreement or even all of it is invalid. It may not always be clear if a prenuptial agreement contains unlawful provisions, and it may take litigation to resolve the matter.
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Child Involvement Increases Drug Law Penalties

Being charged with a violation of drug law can be scary enough. However, if children are involved in some manner with the crime, Texas prosecutors are empowered under state law to increase the charges, sometimes substantially.
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Determining Child Support in Texas

Going through a divorce in Texas with young children can be an emotionally challenging experience, and ensuring you maintain your rights as a parent is essential if having quality time with your children is important to you.
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What Happens if I Get a DWI in Texas?

No one goes out intending to get a DWI. Many who are charged thought they would live their entire life without ever getting one. Unfortunately, humans make mistakes, and the results of those mistakes can be costly.
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